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+jamesyfx

Just thought I'd add, I've upgraded my 21.5" 3.06GHz C2D iMac from 4GB to 8GB RAM. :D

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winrez

Apple II

Macintosh 128k with felt tip signatures of designers inside the case

LCII with a 68040 Upgrade

Machintosh Color Classic

2x G3 Blueberry iMac's

1x G4 PowerMac

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Rudy

Apple II

Macintosh 128k with felt tip signatures of designers inside the case

LCII with a 68040 Upgrade

Machintosh Color Classic

2x G3 Blueberry iMac's

1x G4 PowerMac

You need a new mac my friend :laugh:

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winrez

You need a new mac my friend :laugh:

Im primarly a Windows User but I collect older machines (My first computer was a Commodore Vic 20)

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Ecion

2009 Macbook Pro 13"

2.26ghz C2D / 4GB DDR3 / 320GB HDD

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CyberManifest

Do Hackintosh Count?

Model

MSI Wind U100-420US Netbook

disguised as a MacBookPro 5,1

Specs

Intel 1.6 GHz Atom Processor

2 GB RAM

10" 1024x600 Display

OS

Triple Boot:

Apple Mac OS X 10.6.7 (Snow Leopard)

Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 (Ultimate Edition)

Linux Mint 9 (Isadora Standard GNOME LTS Edition)

Devices

Apple iPod Touch 16GB with iOS v3.1.3

Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB with iOS v4.3.3

Apple iPad 32GB with iOS v4.3.3

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metal_dragen

Wow, rocking machine! I hope you enjoy it!

So far I'm loving it. Got it all set up and transferred over my iTunes library and got my phone and iPad synced up with it. Started going through the Mac software thread to get some of the things I need to really start enjoying it.

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kaffra

just got a mbp 13" i7. love it!

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guitmz

Hackintosh

Model

Gigabyte MB

Specs

AMD Atlhon II x3 2.9Ghz

3 GB RAM

21.5" LCD

xfx 8600GT 1GB DDR2

OS

Triple Boot:

Apple Mac OS X 10.6.7 (Snow Leopard)

Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 (Ultimate Edition)

Linux Mint 10

Devices

Apple iPod Touch 32GB with iOS v3.1.3

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hdca18

Switched from using PC to Mac about a 2 months ago. Love it, love it love it. Way simplier to use and very responsive.

2011 MacBook Pro 13" i7 Processor

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Matt B

13" Macbook Pro (Mid 2009)

2.26GHz Intel Core 2 Duo

4 GB 1067MHz DDR3

250gb HDD

NVIDIA GeForce 9400M

OSX 10.6.7 Snow Leopard

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iPhone 3GS 32GB with iOS 4.3.3

Absolutely perfect for a portable PC and does everything I need. Should be good for years to come and goes well with a decent Windows desktop. Might change to an Air when it needs to be updated, but don'y know if I can go without some of the features. But as I said, I expect this laptop to last a long while.

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Duality

Yesterday I purchased my first Mac:

13" MacBook Pro (Early 2011)

2.7GHz Core i7

4Gb DDR3 1333MHz

500Gb HDD

Intel HD3000 integrated graphics

Snow Leopard

I don't think I have ever been more excited to receive a delivery :D

So many of my CompSci lecturers use Macs, as do a couple of my friends - so I decided to see what all the fuss is about. Something tells me I won't be disappointed. With education pricing I saved a huge amount on AppleCare and the machine itself. Very happy :)

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Draken

Just thought I'd add, I've upgraded my 21.5" 3.06GHz C2D iMac from 4GB to 8GB RAM. :D

There's a huge performance improvement? I want to upgrade my iMac to 8GB too.

Thanks!

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ynnoj

Just upgraded my 2010 27" iMac with 8GB memory.

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TR1GG3R

white macbook (7.1) with 4gb ram upgrade and a white iphone 4 16gb :)

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AnthoWin

current Mac

15" MBP 6,2 (2010)

i7, 8GB RAM

1680x1050 non-glossy screen

retired (to my sister)

15" PowerBook G4 (2005)

1.67Ghz, 2GB RAM

The poor thing struggles to run youtube videos, but I remember it doing amazing things in its time.

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Dinggus

Just upgraded my 2010 27" iMac with 8GB memory.

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Where did you get the RAM from? I'm looking to upgrade as well.

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chrispinto

Mid 2009 13" Macbook Pro

Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion"

2.26GHz c2d

4GB RAM (1067 MHz)

320GB HDD

nVidia 9400M Graphics Chipset (256MB RAM)

Had it for around 15 months. It was my first Mac OS X product and i've not looked back.

Also an iPhone 4 16Gb with iOS 5b2 with an Apple Airport Extreme Gen 4 powering my network.

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.Neo

I know it's interesting to show off you're already running Mac OS X Lion, but do you really think it's a wise idea to publicly post your MacBook Pro's serial number like that? :whistle:

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chrispinto

I know it's interesting to show off you're already running Mac OS X Lion, but do you really think it's a wise idea to publicly post your MacBook Pro's serial number like that? :whistle:

Thanks .Neo!

Changed :)

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.Neo

Thanks .Neo!

Changed :)

Np. :)

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ynnoj

Where did you get the RAM from? I'm looking to upgrade as well.

www.crucial.com

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Chicane-UK

Primarily a Windows PC user these days but do still have a Mac kicking around - switched over to it for a few weeks whilst I get my PC power supply RMA'd with OCZ. Spec is:

PowerMac Dual G5 2GHz

5GB RAM

160GB Seagate 7200RPM HDD

Radeon 9800Pro

Running Leopard 10.5.8..

It's kind of funny how slow this thing actually is given the meaty sounding specs - the fans spin up quite often to cool it, even though you're doing quite light / non-intensive tasks. But it's this or my little NetBook with only 1GB of RAM - so I think this is a better bet for now :)

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